Stars raise money to save the life of a celebrity agent fighting Covid

EastEnders stars have raised funds to save the life of celebrity agent Terry Mills fighting coronavirus in Mexico.

The fundraiser was launched yesterday (Sunday, January 24th) by Terry’s friend Sarah via GoFundMe.

The website says, “We created this page to raise funds for hospital treatment for our dearest friend Terry Mills who is fighting for his life.”

Sarah goes on to explain that Terry is fighting for his life in a Cancun hospital.


Max Bowden donated for Terry’s treatment (Credit: SplashNews.com)

The agent was on a business trip in Cancun when he signed Covid, but it has developed into pneumonia.

His family and friends were told that if he had any chance of survival, he would have to go into a coma for at least 10 days and be put on a ventilator. However, you need to raise £ 100,000 to pay for his treatment.

BBC soap stars and friends of Terry donated to raise money for his treatment.

Max Bowden, who plays Ben Mitchell in EastEnders, shared the fundraiser on his Twitter account: “Please share and donate. You’re welcome.”

Natalie Cassidy, who plays Sonia Fowler, also shared the fundraiser and asked people to donate.

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It also appears that EastEnders stars Letitia Dean, Lorraine Stanley and Shona McGarty are among those who donated.

EastEnders: Natalie Cassidy raves about buyers who bend over her

Natalie recently raged over people in supermarkets who did not adhere to social distancing rules.

On Instagram, the actress said, “Ready for another day with my girls.

“The data we get from the news every day is so disturbing. I just wanted to say that I am thinking of everyone who has lost someone and the people whose loved ones are in the hospital.

“I think of people alone and the doctors and nurses who deal with it every day.”

“It’s very easy to sit and moan when you can’t see family or go to a pub for lunch, go to your gym, or get your nails done.


Natalie plays nurse Sonia in EastEnders (Image Credit: BBC)

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“But it’s really not that bad. Go on, remember how lucky we are.

“Oh, and be nice when you go shopping and stop rushing because it drives me crazy to walk in or to lean over her every time I go out.

“I really won’t put the 87 plums on the shelf, just wait patiently two meters away from me. And other. Cheers.”

EastEnders airs Mondays at 8:05 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:35 p.m., and Fridays at 8:30 p.m. on BBC One.

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